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False Actors

by Noun | Score: 4450

"Vengeance," He panted, "Is," He strained to lift up his sword. "MINE!!!" The unwilling bookkeeper struggled as she shouted curses in foul languages. The man stabbed. They paused as blood was painted on by the crew using a paintbrush. 
They stood still like professionals. Because they were professionals. Harry continued his stabbing and the bookkeeper went limp hanging her tongue out of her mouth even though she could feel drool about to leak out. Which was alright considering that she had just died. A bell rung from the back of the show. 
"Cut! Cut!" The director shouted. Once an enthusiastic economist, he had turned to directing. People like these numskulls made the job all the worse.
"I thought you said you were professionals!" The director said. The actors got up from their positions. Harry, or should we call him Fredinardo the Fifth, wiped at his shirt indignantly. 
"We are professionals," He then walked over to his desk, looked at his computer and lightened up. 
"OOOoooo! A package! For me!" He giddily ran from the room unaware of the eyes from the top of the stage tracking him. The woman, Henryetta, rolled her eyes. 
"What he means by professionals is that he's a snobby dentist that has a pet turtle and no experience in the acting community. He hasn't been acting for all of his life. He even sleeps with a teddy bear for goodness sake!." A noise in the distance cut her off. Sirens. She groaned. Then without explaining she ran off af

Completed challenges

The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:

Begin Start typing to begin
Event A death needs to be avenged
Character An unwilling book-keeper
Prop Include a paintbrush
Letter Use the letter Y
Words Reach 50 words
Words Reach 100 words
Character An enthusiastic economist
Letter Use the letter H
Event A package is delivered
Event Your character is being watched
Prop Include a computer
Words Reach 200 words
Character A snobby dentist
Prop Include a turtle
Letter Use the letter I

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